Good luck, Abilio! Wishing you all the best for your run :)
I like athletics, and Usain Bolt is my inspiration.
I hope that in the future I will be able to become a Customs Agent. Here in Mozambique, many people cross the borders illegally. They bring in drugs and many other goods illegally which is not good for the development of our country. I will not let it happen.
I am asking you to sponsor me because I love running and want to use my talent to help raise funds for my school.
Here is a link you can share to encourage others to support Abilio: http://themozirun.org/abilio-grade-9
The Mozi Run goes to Mozambique isn't just raising much-needed funds for the Kings of Kings School. It has provided a focus of hope for our students, staff and their families. They were proud to be doing something that would help them and their school through these very difficult circumstances.
Most of the participants had experienced the destruction of cyclone Idai in 2019 and are suffering under the circumstances created by COVID-19.
You can bring further hope and encouragement by sponsoring them and by writing a short message on the student’s individual sponsorship page.
These messages will be collated, translated and sent to the students.
Join with me in sponsoring one or more of the students pictured below and send a message of hope to those who so desperately need it.
Click on the student photo to read their stories and sponsor their run!
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As the pandemic developed, more and more students were unable to pay school fees. By June, no income was being received from school fees which provided 90% of the school's operational costs. The Australian office funded reduced salaries in Mozambique.
Because the usual fundraising events in Australia were cancelled, cash reserves at the Australian office were depleted. In July, school staff received 25% of their salary and by August salary payments ceased. A basic living allowance was paid to staff.
Students in some grade levels began returning to class in August with social distancing restrictions. This has meant an increase in the number of classes as class sizes were reduced. Teachers have had their teaching load doubled. There is still uncertainty when all students will return to class.
Because teachers have a double workload with classes that have returned, the Australian office is challenged to pay for their extra teaching time and to prepare for the 2021 school year.
Funds raised in The Mozi Run goes to Mozambique will be utilised to cover return to school costs and provide support to families who because of COVID-19, are unable to pay school fees.
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